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pictures of leader kim jong-un -- the military was doing what it could to turn up the tension. they informed south korea they were cutting off the hot line that connects the two militaries, saying that no words, only arms would work. another statement from the foreign minister was relayed by a newsreader. >> the korean peninsula is now in a touch and go situation due to the nuclear war provocation of the u.s. and south korea. they are entering the final stage of the all-out showdown with the states. >> the foreign minister statement also said a final decision had been reached to take military action. it sounds like a clear threat, but the conditions for doing so have already been met. at the same time, pyongyang is sending a direct message to the un that could be seen as conciliatory. ertainly -- there are no consequences of the hotline cutoff. the line is usually used to coordinate the travel of south koreans every day. south korea said direct lines to the complex were working. south korea's government talks about more engagement, not less, including the possibility of restar
kim jong un has issued almost daily threats including the threat of nuclear strikes on the u.s. and seoul. the north threatened u.s. bases in the pacific following tough u.s.-led sanctions imposed after pyongyang's third nuclear test. pyongyang severed one of the last remaining hotlines to the south, put its troops on what it calls combat readiness and warned that, quote, war may break out at any time. it has already renounced the armistice that ended the korean war 60 years ago. it's all put south koreans on edge. >> translator: if north korea makes a misjudgment, south korea should deliver a strong punishment. >> reporter: so far north korea has not moved beyond rhetoric, despite its recent nuclear and rocket tests analysts doubt the north has yet mastered the technology to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile. kim jong un may be playing to a domestic audience, using the hysteria to rally his people. security officials warn he may be more reckless even than his father, the late kim jong il leading to fears of more conflict on the korean peninsula. >> security officials are
in property crime. >>> north korea is making new threats against the u.s. today. leader kim jong un ordered his rocket forces to be ready to attack. as kyla campbell reports u.s. officials are taking this threat very seriously. >> reporter: the u.s. says it's ready to defend both american soil and south korea after kim jong un said his rocket forces were ready to quote settle accounts with the u.s.. the young north korean leader has intensified his threats against the u.s. in recent weeks. he says he's ready to attack american soil after the u.s. flew b-2 bombers to south korea for military exercises yesterday. south korea says there has been more activity this week at north korea's missile test sites. also the military determined a rocket launch by north korea in december had the ability to reach the west coast of the u.s.. now some experts say kim jong un is using verbal threats that he won't follow through on. but some fair un will cross the red line without even knowing it. >> a new theme we have seen is the claim that they already have a nuclear weapon that can already hit the united s
and south korea after kim jong un said his rocket forces were ready to quote settle accounts with the u.s.. the young north korean leader has intensified his threats against the u.s. in recent weeks. he says he's ready to attack american soil after the u.s. flew b-2 bombers to south korea for military exercises yesterday. south korea says there has been more activity this week at north korea's missile test sites. also the military determined a rocket launch by north korea in december had the ability to reach the west coast of the u.s.. now some experts say kim jong un is using verbal threats that he won't follow through on. but some fair un will cross the red line without even knowing it. >> a new theme we have seen is the claim that they already have a nuclear weapon that can already hit the united states. that we've only seen about the last three or four months since their successful long range missile test. and nuclear test. >> i just called the pentagon a few minutes ago. so far there is no word on how the military could respond to the threats f
theft unit. >>> new pictures of north korea's leader, kim jong-un, kim the younger, seems to be looking at something. that's what they do all the details on just what the rogue leader is examining, at the same time his government issues new threats against the united states. >>> plus, jodi arias claimed her ex-boyfriend abused her. the trial is coming to an en. now the defense has called a domestic violence expert for her input. that's coming up as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news. we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ >> shepard: this is studio b. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. north korea's rockets put on high alert and ready to strike. a word from the country's state-run media in an increasingly nasty war of words. the expert
is to become an economic power and improve the standard of living. state run tv reported that kim jong un made the speech at a meeting of industrial workers in pyongyang. he id denounced the joint exercises. pyongyang watchers say kim jong's announcement is over severe economic conditions. he is now reportedly the father of a baby girl. a source familiar with north korea/china relationsing told nhk that kim's wife gave birth in late january. the source learned about the birth from an official of the ruling korean worker's party. former player dennis rodman visited the country. he said she talked about her new born daughter at a bang kwets. rumors began circulating last year that kim's wife was expecting a birth. people say she must have given birth because she looks slimmer in recent pictures >>> he has succeeded as the bank of japan's 31st governor. he told a recent diet hearing that he want does do whatever is needed to achieve the 2% inflation target. in upcoming policy meeting, he's expected to focus on easing measures. these would include the bank's purchase of government bonds. it buys b
. >>> there are new -- kim jong un says his forces are ready. >> reporter: this is a latest in a series of threats from the young north korean leader. he ordered his rocket forces to be on stand by. this comes after the u.s. flew b-2 bombers to south korea yesterday for a joint military drills and those bombers are nuclear capable. the north korean leader verbal threats have intensified lately. and even an under ground nuclear test weeks ago. the pentagon is less worried about north korea attacking american soils and more concerned north korea will go after our allies. south korea. >> we will unequivocally defend and we are unequivocally committed to that alliance with south korea. >> u.s. officials consider this latest threat from kim jong un a provocative move and south korean news agencies say there has been extra activity at north korea's test sites in recent days. we are digging deeper into that. reporting live in washington kyla campbell. >>> meantime today americans are marking the end of the u.s. direct military role in the vietnam war. it has been 40 years since the troops withdrew from s
the spike in property crimes. >>> there are new -- kim jong un says his forces are ready. >> reporter: this is a latest in a series of threats from the young north korean leader. he ordered his rocket forces to be on stand by. this comes after the u.s. flew b-2 bombers to south korea yesterday for a joint military drills and those bombers are nuclear capable. the north korean leader verbal threats have intensified lately. and even an under ground nuclear test weeks ago. the pentagon is less worried about north korea attacking american soils and more concerned north korea will go after our allies. south korea. >> we will unequivocally defend and we are unequivocally committed to that alliance with south korea. >> u.s. officials consider this latest threat from kim jong un a provocative move and south korean news agencies say there has been extra activity at north korea's test sites in recent days. we are digging deeper into that. reporting live in washington kyla campbell. >>> meantime today americans are marking the end of the u.s. direct military
jong-un threatened to attack the u.s. for military exercises including b-2 bombers. breakshei do not think war out. if it does, the north will fall. why would they start a war to kill the same race. >> others say the threats should not be taken at face value. this is kim getting popularity at home. >> it is regime security. this is to bolster the new leader. it comes from the nuclear tests and the u.n. sanctions. >> north korea is known for being unpredictable. seoul is ready for the worst. >> a gunman has gone on a rampage in a pakistani school as the principal was killed and six children wounded. more from karachi. >> wounded school children taking to hospital. after they should have been celebrating -- celebrating a prize ceremony, -- >> two men came in on a motorbike. >> a man ran in firing and we were all engrossed in the magic show but as soon as the firing started there was a stampede. >> panicked relatives crowded around the primary school in a low-income neighborhood. >> as a result -- the school principal has died. >> the principle is reported to be a local member of th
business. they pledged to defend kim jong- un to the death, and the marshall rehtorihetoric escalatd by the day. state tv announced that pyongyang said they will treat all matters with wartime protocol. panic at the latest threats. >> the south koreans are not that nervous. many times. this breakt think worarwar will out. north korea would collapse and i don't think they will commit suicide. >> they could hit targets as far as alaska but it is likely pyongyang is working to build support for the young leader. they will shut down a shared industrial zone if the "insulting rhetoric" continues, but south koreans doubt this as it would cut off finances for the impoverished state. >> we spoke to justin strother in seoul and asked him how seriously we should take this. >> north korea's threats can't be completely ignored -- and south korea is on alert as they have joint military drills. north korea's threats are harsher but what thye'rey're hoping is there is a provocative action where pyongyang could justify force. but seoul is not blinking so far. >> italy's president giorgio napolitano
with the nukes at it again. this time kim jong un is getting specific. photos released on state-run website show kim and his buddies huddled in front of the map. look what's on the map, cities they want to blow up in the united states. they include washington, dc and los angeles, austin, texas. pretty much all of hawaii. lieutenant colonel allen west is sitting one of those cities right now, los angeles. you better look up, colonel, congressman. man, oh, man. what's going on. what do you think he's up to? >> well, first of all, he better act right or else i'll get over and head on a plane and square him away. what you have to understand is you have a very young leader in kim jong un and you have a new leader in south korea. they feel they have a leader in barack obama that really has not been tested. this is a continuation of the type of lidg blej rans we've ber we've seen before. they fired artillery on a south korean island. nothing was done. you can take this back to the incident where we had a u.s. army major hacked today on a brush and tree clearing mission along the dmz. there comes a time
within the north korean leadership, and kim jong un may be trying to shore up popular support. >> we take a look at other stories making news around the world. >> china has named its new premier. missed that one. u.s. president barack obama says iran is about a year away from being able to build a nuclear bomb. obama told israeli tv that the u.s. is willing to use military force to prevent iran from getting the bomb if diplomacy fails. >> nearly 200,000 people have been killed in iraq since the u.s. invasion almost 10 years ago according to a new study. researchers in the u.s. say the cost of the war has been more than $2 trillion. >> on a very different note, we have a look at sports now. and then there were eight -- soccer teams, that is -- left in the champions league. the draw has just been made for the quarter finals. let's take a look. bundesliga champions dortmind. bayern munich will answer the chances. the fixtures will be played at the beginning of april. >> over in formula one, the world champion books read that to go into the new season. the german driver dominated the two prac
will continue to carry out tests under leader kim jong un. the report says north korea keeps insissing that its nuclear program is to dear united states. it will continue to launch rockets with similar technology. >>> japan will provide over 5.1 billion yen or $540 million to myanmar. this will be the first assistance in 26 years. >>> japanese finance minister promised a lone during his meeting with myanmar president. he hoped the assistance would be available by the end of this month. japan settled on the amount of assistance after consulting with moon mash. japan will earmark 2 $12 million to improve port facilities. japan can participate in the large industrial complex under a bilateral memorandum exchanged late last year. $148 million will also be allocated to repair thermal power plants and transformer sub stations. the rest of the aid or roughly $180 million will be spent on improving roads and drinking water systems. myanmar's economy is expected to continue to grow, but the company still needs to improve its infrastructure. japanese businesses are eager to participate in myanmar's devel
of kim jong-un among sparked alarm, and china, their ally, urged restraint. >> this serves the common interests of all parties and also responsibilities. we hope that relevant parties will work together in pushing for a turnaround of a tense situation. >> the north korean war talk has especially unsettled people in the south, but some see it as a bluff. taking akorea is strong stance, but i do not think they will get anywhere with this behavior. i think they have to come to the negotiation table for talks. doubt northexperts korea has the capability to hit targets on the u.s. mainland or pacific territories, but u.s. bases in south korea are within range. >> good friday ceremonies in rom where held for the first time by pope francis. they were joining him for the way of the cross which will, commemorating the final hours of jesus between his sentencing and crucifixion. many of the prayers focused on the plight of christians in the middle east and expressed hopes of peace. at st. peter's basilica, pope francis reminded worshipers of the suffering of christ. he underscored the message w
: i remember when kim the younger, kim jong-un, became the new leader. we didn't even have a picture that was less than five years old. but more importantly, who is pulling his strings? do we know? >> the danger is that the hardline elements of the north korean military is -- he has an uncle that is not very pro engagement, pro u.s. the danger is that they're pulling his strengths and he is allowing them to do that. what i do think is happening is kim jong-un and his people think he has to strengthen himself because he is so young and inexperienced with his own people. so, maybe a lot of this bluster is to show his own people he is in charge, that the missile launch was successful. the one they did a couple of months ago. but it's amazing what we don't know about this guy, and this is why i think it's important that somehow down the line we engage him with diplomacy, but backed up with a few sticks. like the chinese could help more than they're helpings. >> shepard: the south koreans ended the crease fire that put the war on hold. how concerned are the south koreans about this guy? >
statements from the nuclear armed nation. just yesterday dictator kim jong-un warned his forces are ready to quote, settle accounts with the u.s. and came after two american b-2 bombers flew over the region in a show of force. indictments handed down in one of the nation's biggest cheating scandals. nearly three dozen former educators including the exstudent of atlanta's public schools encouraging children to cheat on test, in one, the girl failed reading test and she he retook and passed under circumstances. and now in the 9th grade reading at a fifth grade level. i'm heather chilled dress, now back to bulls and bears, and for the latest go to foxnews.com. ♪ >> threatening to put their bodies on the line, the chicago teachers union causing havoc this week, protesting the proposed closing of 54 degrees and 61 building. union members outraged. they say that kids are getting hurt. but, john, you say they're looking out for who, themselves? >> yeah, that's exactly what i think they're doing. unions do what unions have always done and that is take care of their members, if they have a unio
this is a well-worn pattern of bellicose threats of north korea's young leader, kim jong-un who warned his artillery and rocket forces have entered a combat posture. the u.s. military is concerned about anything that might destabilize the area. and that he's taking rhetoric where it shouldn't go. and the new provocation plan, but would create a better combined structure between the u.s. and south koreans. and the u.s. is concerned because of advances in north korean long range rocket technology as evidenced by this satellite launch in december. its he row sent nuclear tests and now today's threat to place 20,000 long range artillery units on high alert. the u.s. and south korea are caring out their annual military exercises until april 30th and the pentagon is concerned that after those exercises end, that kim jong-un will be forced to do something provocative to show that these are not empty threats. during the current exercises the u.s. military has flown b-52 flights over north korea. the recent on march 25th, yesterday, according to the pentagon and remember they're capable of carrying
are concerned that kim jong un the young leader of north korea is trying to consolidate power by making these threats and trying to look strong in the eyes of his own people. they are worried that after april 30th that they could see some sort of provocation from the north koreans. we also know from the pentagon that they have been telegraphing to the north koreans that they've been using b52 flights. three b52 flights in recent weeks, they can carry nuclear warheads. the pentagon would not say whether these b52s were armed. it's unlikely that they were armed but it's clearly sending a signal to the north korean leader and we just found out that the third b52 flight took place on monday march 25th. so it is likely that that was seen as provocative by the north koreans. jenna: a story we'll continue to watch. jennifer griffin thank you very much from the pentagon. we'll have more on the north korea threat. we'll take to major general bob scales who hrefrd along the dmz between the north and south. right now the united states has nearly 30,000 troops stationed there. all the more importan
that it is being forced upon us by north korean behavior. dagen: kim jong un's father when he would be paid in similar fashion during his leadership, wasn't it meant to extract aid from the united states? could that just be what the leader expects to get out of this? >> we don't know what he expects to get out. dennis rodman may have a better sense of hat is on his mind. it is the most dangerous period when you don't know what their reaction is likely to be to a test or a normal girl rescheduled exercise. if you don't know how he is going to interpret that the prospects or potential for miscalculation really escalates sharply. we have to be very very careful that people don't misread signals here. 2010, the north korean attack on south korean navy ship, that was not just fun and games and hot air. 46 south korean sailors died. dagen: it was not fun and games when dennis rodman was sitting next to kim jong un and. i never found that amusing. that is going to be our ambassador and tell the president to call me, the entire thing -- >> very scary. his father always understood that the cost of
, the rising rhetoric and actions of kim jong-un. >> shepard: a price? >> i asked them about that. they didn't know a number off hand but that's two flights had to come from -- they flew a continuous round tripp mission from air force base in missouri. 6500 miles round trip. we have in figures how much it costs to run the b-2, and the operating costs for one hour per plain is $88,000. the mission lasted at least 30 hours. two planes so that's at least $5.28 million. i asked whether they thought that was an appropriate use of money, given the current budget crisis that the pentagon is facing. we heard from general demps see and secretary hagel how they had essentially spent 80% of the operating budget, and they are facing over $40 billion in cuts because of the sequestration, so they're trying to figure things out. but general dempsey was clear that with a situation like north korea, they budgeted for b-2 flights, and they feel at this time it's very important to still use them in a deterrent capacity. >> shepard: five million bucks. a lot of frequent flier miles out of the teal. >> christian
of a annual military ago exercise a day after kim jong un caught on a security line and threatened to hit the u.s. in a nuclear strike. >> i think they are very provocative actions. they are belligerent tone. it has ratcheted up the danger. we have to understand that reality. >> reporter: the bombers flew 13,000 miles from missouri two tokorea. how much did this cost the taxpayer? each plane costs $88,000 per thundershower fly. the mission took 30 hours and 2 planes were used $5.28 million. >> in light of what has happened in north korea and the provocation and the necessity of assuring our allies that we are there with them, we would have found a way to do this. we are ready too challenge but not put our security at risk. >> reporter: and in case north korea didn't get the message on these stealth bombers. north korea put out a press release, an unprecedented move. >> chris: i understand hagel had good news about the pentagon furloughs? >> that is right. he announced in the wake of the continuing resolutions past by congress, pentagon kom troller put together the way of furlough days. ha
make worse. >> and following the latest threat from north korean leader kim jong-un. >>> violence ratcheting up in syria of course where the conflict continues to grow and spill over borders. lebanon state television news agency says syrian war planes shelled villages in northern lebanon today. >> and sources say two jets fired rockets that hit empty buildings in the lebanese border town of arsal. there are no injuries we're told. just last week syrian state media informed armed had infiltrated from lebanon. >>> pope francis meeting with the president of his home country. the vatican hoping it will quell controversy over france's alleged conduct when argentina was run by military dictators. >> some are actually saying he did too little, too late, to protect who jesuit priests. 30,000 leaders and intellectuals disappeared or were held in secret jails in torture centers from 1976 to 1983. >> the other cardinal francis also clashed with argentina president over his opposition to same sex marriage. >>> in india six men are now under arrest. this is the gang rape and robbery of a swiss
for the young north korean leader kim jong-un to bolster his hardline credentials and seniority at home. >> first and foremost for his domestic audience. simply without the support of the military, he won't be around for very much longer. so he has to bolster his support from the brass. that won't be so easy to do in a culture in north korea where age matters, he's 28, 29 years old. >> and the young kim isn't averse to voicing a few threats himself. on this recent tour of border islands he told ecstatic troops they'd throw enemies into the kol dron, break their waist and crack their windpipes. seems to have been exactly what they wanted to hear. fredric fredricka, it's not just the threat, it's the actions as well. this is a regime that's tested a long-range missile, carried out a third nuclear test. a big concern is that it could one day soon gain the technology to carry out some of those threats. >> yeah. and, matthew, diving in here, south korean officials today saying that cyber attacks we reported on yesterday, i think 32,000 computers damaged and servers, came from inside china. t
the dictator there. kim jong un. kim the younger who has ramped up his rhetoric to armageddon levels. dennis rodman's best buddy recently threatened to nuke washington and tore up the 60-year-old cease-fire that suspended the korean war. >> the north koreans are not going to achieve anything through these threats and provocations. and they are only going to further isolate the north koreans and undermine international efforts to bring peace and stability to northeast asia. >> the united states stands ready to protect itself and its allies. here we go again, "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt is here. we have heard about north koreans cutting off communication lines before. what's different this time. >> the hotlines that we velt with before dealt with issues such as humanitarian concerns. the shutting down of today's hotline was one that dealt with direct military-to-military contact between north and south korea for instance a statement read on state tv today said in part not words but only arms will work on the u.s. and the south korean pull put forces. the will of the army and
is questioning the stability of north korean leader kim jong-un. congressman mike rogers, the chairman of the house intelligence committee, appearing on cnn's "state of the union." >> you have a 28-year-old leader, who is trying to prove himself to the military, and the military eager to have a saber rattling for their own self-interest. >> some analysts are now openly questioning whether or not kim jong-un is even in charge of north korea or if it's the military that's really in control now. >>> louisiana governor is uninjured in a car accident last night in baton rouge. bobby jindal was on the way home from his son's soccer game when state police say a truck made an illegal u-turn and sideswiped his vehicle. he says the governor is fine but a state trooper went to the hospital with some minor injuries. >>> one -- here we go. >> oh! >> so success of sorts. a controlled implosion near austin, texas, brought the old bridge down. but what you can't see is that shrapnel from this blast cut a fiber optic cable. that knocked out cell phone and some land line service in three 911 centers. ve
to this stir up anti-american sentiment. ever since kim jong-un took over as north korean leader he issued a variety of threats, threatening to at attack the u.s. and threatening to attack washington, d.c. although he is not believed to have such capability. he launched several missiles including one last december. he conducted a third underground nuclear test which brought turf economic sanctions from the world community. north koreans are sensitive about bombers flying over their territory because the extensive aerial siege of north korea during the war back in the 1950s. bill: this is the one flying piece of the equipment that the north koreans fear the most too. steve, thank you for that. it is awesome thing to come through the air, the b-2 bomber behind us. look what the air force has to do. it starts from a air force, whiteman air base in missouri. it will fly 13,000 miles in a round-trip. takes about 48 hours give or take a. 13,000 from the state of missouri the islands on the southwestern coast of south korea and then fly back again. it is one heck of a intimidating piece aircraft.
of the capital, seoul, over the korean peninsula, a reminder to the young kim jong-un in the north, the u.s. is capable of reaching them swiftly, armed with nuclear weapons to protect his friend and alley. and it dropped a payload off the coast in an exercise with south korea. the pentagon wants to detour any adventurism by the young bick tate dictator. the most recent flight is is on monday and capable of carrying nuclear weapons. the u.s. and south korea are taking part in joint military exercises until april 30th. the b-52 flights are a part of the exercises known as full eagle. we will wait to hear from secretary haggle about the counterpart in about an hour's time, megyn. >> jennifer, thank you. >> and planning to play. and the inner city champ for five years straight. and doing a little more dancing than not going on up there. check themselves before they arrest themselves. >> megyn: that was from the 2004 comedy "dodgeball" a game many of us played as children. today one new hampshire school district there will be no dodging, diving, ducking of any kind. the wyndham school district
. >> a news alert here, we want to bring you up-to-date on north korea. according to state media kim jong-un has told to be ready on attack, and missile flew two stealth bombers over south korea as part of a military exercise and we'll have more on north korea with kt mcfarland in the next hour. around the country, they're sending the president a clear message, approve the keystone pipeline for the benefit of the economy. it's the first time that lieutenant governors have banded together to advocate something national. we happen to have one of them on the show and lt. governor sanchez, good morning. >> good morning, good to be with you. >> it's good to have more voices out on the situation. and what compelled the lieutenant governors of so many states to band together on this issue? >> well, first, let me say i was very proud to be one of 22 lieutenant governors to be urging the president to approve the pipeline. we understand it's about job creation and working with our governors to provide opportunities for our citizens. i can't think of a better project than the approval of the k k keysto
behavior now by kim jong-un, which i think really are calling into question his judgment on the part of people in north korea. certainly and ionizing all of asia. and i say all of asia, because i know it's causing discomfort in every capital. under these conditions, if we were to simultaneously deployed those controls over the currency, though sanctions, and step up on the anti-proliferation initiative that -- security proliferation initiative that we had in place before, where south korea, the united states and other countries were stopping ships that were bringing contraband, bringing the illicit exports, you know, contraband -- one of the things they do is math. they do a lot of drugs. missile parts. you know, armaments, stop those chips on the high seas and send it back. suddenly of cut off the means of obtaining hard currency. so the legislation that we are working on will address specifically that approach that was tried in 2005, along with the anti-proliferation activities to interdict. over on this side, yes, ma'am. >> thank you so much for your excellent presentation about t
jung unso he'll thing twice before another attack. >> in fact, north korea's leader kim jong-un recently threatened to wipe out south korean units on another border island. a defense official i spoke with said, look, they normally don't even talk about agreements like this. the fact that they are shoud be taken as a direct message to north korea. kate? >> sure hope it acts as a deterrent because you know that's what they're hoping for. chris lawrence, thanks so much. >>> now to the fight over gun control, which is raging here in washington, as well as outside the nation's capital. both sides are pulling out all the stops. on the one hand, a world-famous comedian and the world's richest mayor on the other, one of america's most powerful lobbies which is now being criticized for making its pitch even to residents of a town hit so hard by a recent school massacre. cnn's tom foreman has been look noog this. tom, it goes without saying that passions are so high on this issue, they have always been. but what is the latest? they are really going all-out here. >> they really are. what y
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